Infrastructure Banks: Solutions and best practices
Infrastructure banks play an essential role in closing the global infrastructure deficit.
They have been implemented in different shapes and forms globally, some with more success than others. The purpose of this paper is to share some of the most notable examples globally and provide a set of key recommendations for countries exploring similar models to support their infrastructure pipelines.
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